18 Mar 10
Thomas Ehr, Executive Director of MTV Europe Foundation, has said there is a possibility that Belgrade will be chosen to host the prestigious MTV Europe Music Awards, EMA, in 2010.
24 Feb 10
Croatian musicians will gather in the coastal town of Split Wednesday night for a concert to raise funds for the defense of three former generals standing trial before the UN war crimes tribunal, organisers said.
22 Feb 10
There used to be lines out the door. A Friday or Saturday night once meant a packed theatre. Now the cinema, part of the Yugoslav Film Archives, seems more like a hidden treasure than a popular venue.
19 Feb 10
Under the slogan ‘Encourage’, the 38th Belgrade International Film Festival, FEST 2010, kicks off at the Sava Centar on Friday with the award-winning movie Morphia, directed by Russian filmmaker Alexei Balabanov.
18 Feb 10
Dutch translator Jan van Steenbergen has been working for five years with a group of people on creating a language which all Slavs speakers can understand.
18 Feb 10
On The Path, the latest film by Sarajevo director Jasmila Zbanic, will be shown tonight at the 60th annual Berlin Film Festival.
03 Feb 10
Several valuable items have gone missing from Croatian embassies, including 47 paintings.
28 Jan 10
The Bosniak Cultural Community, BKZ, has been founded in the town of Novi Pazar as the first organisation in Serbia dedicated to preserving and promoting Bosniak cultural heritage.
18 Jan 10
Serbian Minister for Human and Minority Rights Svetozar Ciplic has announced that a gay pride parade will be held this year.
12 Jan 10
The lot reserved for the controversial construction of the Orthodox Church on Skopje’s main square, that last year put to the test the ethnic and religious cohesion of the country, has been removed from the building plans for the city centre.
31 Dec 09
The ancient warrior king Alexander the Great, was neither Greek nor Macedonian but Albanian, Nijazi Muhamedi, an author, said at the launch of his book 'Albanian Macedonia', this week.
29 Dec 09
Young people are rediscovering the haunting poetry of the long neglected poet, Mirko Gashi, through a Facebook page recently established in his honour
28 Dec 09
Freshly uncovered ancient artifacts could strengthen the Macedonian position in the “name” talks with neighboring Greece if only Athens would recognise the argument of facts, Macedonian Prime Minister Nikola Gruevski said on Sunday.
21 Dec 09
The preservation of the country’s identity is the “red line” that Macedonia cannot cross in the ongoing “name” talks with Greece, Georgi Ivanov said on Monday, delivering the president’s annual address to parliament.
18 Dec 09
The Serbian Ministry of Interior will rent its equipment and personnel for the filmming "Coriolanus" directed by actor Ralph Fiennes.